Blogs tend to morph over time, as interests shifts and life happens: Ebb and Flow. With the New Year upon us, I would like to reflect back to when I started this little blog, how it has morphed into this tiny little community, and hopes for readers three years into the future. Who are they,… Continue reading A Look Into the Future…
“Where is the money I am donating to you for JDRF going to?” is a question that I am asked all too frequently. My friends, family and supporters are always interested to know what is on the cutting edge, and where their donations are going to. My answer for a the last few years has… Continue reading The Artificial Pancreas
This tiny little blog is starting to grow. I am starting to feel like I am making a difference in this little diabetes community. But how many of us are there really out there? Who else could possibly learn something from what I have to say? I am writing this post to myself, hoping to… Continue reading A Note to Myself
If your a Type 1 Diabetic and have a insulin pump or CGM (continuous glucose monitor) with adhesive that sticks to your skin, then this blog post is perfect for you! About 3 years ago I started using the Dexcom CGM. I would wear a sensor for about 3 days and it would then become… Continue reading Why Won’t it Stick? #DiabeticProbs
Recent Diabetes Study Shows Promising Results in Mice, But May Still Be Years Away from Human Trials This week the diabetes news outlets and a number of mainstream ones carried stories about a research breakthrough that would make a cure for type 1 diabetes imminent. These stories followed an article published in two academic journals… Continue reading Recent Diabetes Study Shows Promising Results in Mice
I came across Rachel’s post not to long ago where she asks herself “Who would I be without Type One Diabetes?” I had to stop reading and think about my answer. I have no idea who I would be without diabetes. I would be a boring ol’ person dealing with the same shit going on as… Continue reading Without Diabetes?
As a very big JDRF supporter, I am extremely happy to share some JDRF insider news on their work of creating an artificial pancreas, another huge step in making the lives of type 1 diabetics much easier. Click here if you would like to make a donation to support JDRF. JDRF-Funded AP Technology Receives $12.7… Continue reading Artificial Pancreas